Archive for the Holidays Category


President Obama on Kwanzaa: “There is Much to be Thankful For”

December 26, 2014 Maria Stainer  President Obama said there is “much to be thankful for” during Kwanzaa. Obama & Kwanzaa 2014 “Michelle and I extend our warmest wishes to those celebrating Kwanzaa this holiday season. Today begins a celebration highlighting the rich African American heritage and culture through the seven principles of Kwanzaa — unity, self-determination, […]

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15 Cheesy Corny Thanksgiving Jokes

11.26.2014 Michelle Regna What are you plans for Thanksgiving? Make sure to tell these jokes to your Grandma. She might give you an extra slice of pumpkin pie. Caution: Fowl language ahead!     1. What happened when the turkey got into a fight? 2.What did the baby corn say to the mama corn? 3. Why did […]

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Your Favorite Celebrities on Halloween 2014

11.01.2014 Kristin Harris It’s already over! A dizzying assortment of celebrities stood out with creative and trendy Halloween costumes this year, but as it turns out, it was some of their own kids that really stole the show. See Us Weekly’s picks for the  35 best outfits of the year (in no particular!): Halloween 2014 […]

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10 Founding Fathers’ Quotes to Make Conservatives’ Heads Explode

July 5, 2014 Elisabeth Parker Conservatives insist their cruel and unworkable agenda is sanctioned by America’s Founding Fathers. As with their similar claims about Jesus Christ wanting America to oppress the poor and help the wealthy, these claims are blatantly false. The following 10 quotes prove this. The Founding Fathers on regulating corporations. 1. “If the American people ever allow private banks to control the […]

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Which Presidents’ do we Celebrate Today?

Most federal holidays are clear-cut. On the Fourth of July, for example, Americans celebrate the adoption of the Declaration of Independence in 1776. On the other hand, Presidents’ Day is a slightly strange holiday for three main reasons: There is no universal agreement on the actual name of the holiday. There is no universal agreement on which […]

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Frankenstein Valentine’s Day Cards Vintage

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Valentine’s Day Robbery: What Would You Do?

Watch this guy propose to his girlfriend and then have someone rob him for his engagement ring! Wow, I would most definitely get my ring back! And then give him a ring or two around his eyes in the form of a black eye! Love is in the Air: Valentine’s Day St. Valentine’s Day began […]

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Bob Marley: One of the Greatest Visionaries

Today would have been Bob Marley’s 69th birthday. Marley was born in St. Ann Parish, Jamaica on Feb. 6, 1945. His Jamaican roots remained a cornerstone of Marley’s personal identity and musical style, selling over 20 million records throughout his career. Marley began his career in music as part of The Wailers, a group which helped to […]

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Do Physicists Believe in Groundhog Day?

Modern customs of the holiday involve celebrations where early morning festivals are held to watch the groundhog emerging from its burrow. Groundhog Day is a day celebrated on February 2. According to folklore, if it is cloudy when a groundhog emerges from its burrow on this day, then spring will come early; if it is sunny, the groundhog will supposedly see […]

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What is Imbolc and Saint Brighid’s Day

This holiday is also known as Candlemas, or Brigid’s (pronounced BREED) Day. One of the 4 Celtic “Fire Festivals. Commemorates the changing of the Goddess from the Crone to the Maiden. Celebrates the first signs of Spring. Also called “Imbolc” (the old Celtic name). Imbolc or Imbolg also called (Saint) Brighid’s Day is a Gaelic festival marking the beginning of spring. Most commonly […]

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